Sometimes referred to as ‘vibratory confusion’ or ‘frequency confusion’. This is a condition brought about through one person’s frequency rate being adversely modified by another’s. In casual everyday social or other interpersonal contacts, the personal frequencies of another can only temporarily affect one’s own frequency rate and cannot alter it in any way. However, where there is an emotional, and particularly sexual, contact, the frequency interchange can cause the frequency rates of the parties to be modified considerably. Where the effect is adverse and leaves what may be called a harmful ‘residue’, the condition is known as ‘auric dysfunction’.